Finding a nail polish brand which has all the benefits your clients desire can be difficult, however ORLY® might have just answered your prayers with their new Breathable™ collection. Read on to find out what Ellisons thought when we tried out some of their most popular colours.
The first thing worth mentioning about the ORLY® Breathable™ collection is the easy application and lightweight formula. The perfect sized brush allowed us to paint our nails in one quick sweeping motion ensuring that we had a stunning flawless finish. The polish consistency felt light enough for our nails to breathe, meaning we could go about our day without worrying about our nail health or appearance. Kick start your Breathable collection with the gorgeous purple shades of Antidote and allow clients to experience striking colour and a flawless application.
One of the biggest concerns for clients when getting their nails done is whether they can stand the test of time, so where does the Breathable collection fit in with all of this? Alongside bold and beautiful colour, Happy and Healthy from the collection gave 8 days of eye-catching, chip-free wear, even surviving a combination of gym classes and parties.
No nail collection is complete without a mesmerising festive red, we loved how ORLY’s Stronger than ever sparkled on our finger tips. With a dual purpose formula there’s no need to apply a base or top coat, resulting in a super quick application, meaning that you can fit in more customers during your busiest periods.
Alongside a flawless application, a dual purpose formula, head-turning colour and chip-free results, the Breathable collection is enriched with nail nourishing ingredients making it not just a polish but a treatment as well. The argon oil, pro-vitamin B5 and vitamin C all worked to reveal strong and healthy nails once we had removed the polish. For the perfect all season colour add Love my nails to your professional and retail offering.
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